Cooks Corner
Teacher’s hearty casserole gets an A PDF Print E-mail
Written by EMILY GORDON, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 08:12
Beth Braucksieck with her sauerkraut casserole. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Beth Braucksieck has been top chef in her kitchen since she was a fourth grader.
Now, after retiring from 31 years of teaching children of the same grade level at Webster Elementary, she continues to experiment in the kitchen, using whatever she has on hand to create a delicious meal.
"I've always been very comfortable in the kitchen," she said. "I like to collect recipes and download new ones off of Pinterest."
But whether she needs to feed her family or bring a dish to potluck at her church, Lemoyne Baptist, she knows she can always turn to her mother-in-law's sauerkraut casserole to do the job.
Braucksieck's husband, Phil Braucksieck, comes from a "fully German" family, she said.
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